Unconditional Love

Guilt is the Ultimate Dream Crusher

Guilt is the Ultimate Dream Crusher

Do you have goals or intentions that you’ve set month after month and you seem to fall short every time?

You’re taking all the aligned action (or so you think), but you hit a wall or burnout after each milestone.

You hire the coach, do the trainings, read self-help books, journal, meditate, etc. and it feels like your progress is slow or non-existent.

You think “What am I doing wrong?”

You feel like giving up, shutting everything down, and returning to what life would be like before you started this journey in the first place.

Your family and friends tell you how illogical what you’re doing is and to face the reality.

You constantly share your purpose and share your light of your gift with the utmost excitement and conviction.

However, they ask you to stop talking about it so much because they think it’s all you talk about.

Mother's Day

Mother's Day

I see many posts on Mother’s Day about all the beautiful moments people on social media are presenting.

What people don’t typically talk about are the people who have rocky relationships with their mothers, none at all, or they have passed on.

I have felt all sorts of feelings today such as jealousy, envy, frustration, guilt, and anger.

I honestly have been dreading today and am at peace that it’s over.

Reflections From Portland

Reflections From Portland

Every day, I learn how important it is to take care of myself.  

It’s more than doing the fun activities.

How we think, feel, and act during those activities determines the level of self-care.

Pushing yourself past the point of exhaustion is not self-care.

Thinking/evaluating past interactions or the future of what still has to be done during pleasurable moments is also not self-care.

I learn that more every single day.

Running a business has been a roller coaster of emotions and learning to deal with everything that has not been healed.

Many lessons have been and will be learned, which is a crucial part of life’s experience.